Adjunct has finally answered to the kind invitation of Minlove and a nine track compilation has promptly been put together. "Sun Is Moving" is an offering by [a]pendics.shuffle, dealt and jumbled like a skat, a card trick w/ Big Bully's face on the entire deck. Next Altiply dispatches the signal of his sonic apparatus down chambers charged with the felicity of an electric dance party. Mikael Stavoestrand is also atttending the party and taking a small dose of disco bliss despite the fact that he wants to call it a "Bummer".
Max Wendling aka Paradroid has further utilized his keyboard, beyond the expected knob tweaking fiasco and has composed a proper glitchnoisetechhouse gem on the jazz tip. Ken Gibson and Ian Read go out to lunch with a formidable gang of funky little demons in "Temporary Construct". Westend Ghetto is an extraordinary contemplative mood in "Cora Blum" which somehow transpires a disintegrating synth and festive congas to join in.
An unusually cheeky Peter Spiess performs the freaky cabaret number "Wannabe" starring the voice of his better half. Adjunct's HQ subformation known as Whoa Buck delegates riddling maxims to their subordinate Shea Rutherford in "World Vulture". In conclusion Johan Fotmeijer brings out "Kobra", even though mildly venomous still a true diamond in the ruff.
1 - [a]pendics.shuffle w/ Big Bully - Sun Is Moving
3 - Mikael Stavoestrand - Bummer
4 - Paradroid - Styro Grafx
5 - K. J. Gibbs & I. Read - Temporary Construct
6 - Westend Ghetto - Cora Blum
7 - Peter F. Spiess - Wannabe
8 - Whoa Buck - World Vulture
Date 2006-04-06Run time 54:21See also MusicBrainz (release group); MusicBrainz (release); Discogs (release)
9 - Johan Fotmeijer - Kobra